Google Pixel 7 Pro will reportedly not feature the same display panel used in its predecessor, the Pixel 6 Pro. Rumours suggest that the Pixel 7 Pro could be equipped with Samsung’s new S6E3HC4 panel. This new panel is said to have the same 1,440×3,120 pixels resolution that is offered by the Samsung S6E3HC3 panel used in the Pixel 6 Pro. However, the recently surfaced Android 13 beta source code suggests that the new display will be brighter than its predecessor.
The alleged piece of code was spotted by tipster Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman), who explains that if the Pixel 7 Pro goes for the Samsung S6E3HC4 panel, then it could be brighter than Pixel 6 Pro‘s display in both normal and high brightness modes. The display of the rumoured Google smartphone is expected to go up to 600 nits in Manual mode; 100 nits higher than the 500 nits offered by its predecessor.
The Pixel 7 Pro is expected to reach 1,000 nits of brightness in Auto mode, which is more than the 800 nits offered by the Pixel 6 Pro. It should be noted that these parameters are for 100 percent Average Picture Level (APL) — all-white display. Under normal use displays usually have a comparatively lower APL. The tipster suggests that under normal use Pixel 7 Pro’s display could go up to 1,200 nits of brightness
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The tipster further adds that the S6E3HC4 panel could also support features like HDR10 and HLG imagery. It is expected to offer a native full-HD mode for improved battery efficiency. The Pixel 7 Pro is supposed to offer a refresh rate of 10Hz to 120Hz.
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Previous reports have also suggested that the Pixel 7 Pro, codenamed ‘Cheetah’, could boast an upgraded display. It also mentions that this handset could be powered by a second-generation Google Tensor SoC.